Some Roasted Organic vegetables and some really nice California Zin. You can't buy this good of a meal at welfaremart. Oh wait they closed the closest one to San Francisco because nobody went to shop there. Well the chances of a Walmart opening up in San Francisco have gotten even worst. Besides Trader Joes and Costco are cheaper with better quality and they don't pay their workers with welfare like Walmart.
Red Thumbs are there to out the idiots and I see you get them all the time. Time for the obvious to sink in, now isn't it.
Wow so this the idiots interpretation of my post..that's a fascinating Stretch. It is understandable of why phils_mccrackin isn't the sharpest knife in the drawer.
Keep trying your desperation is tangible. I think it is great you think I'm dbs and this theory is so important to you.
It certainly is obvious they can't handle a sophisticated business climate and certainly will not be coming to San Francisco. Remember when shep threatened having a stores here "someday" . Well someday still isn't here.
O h boy spelling corrector on Yahoo. Now there is a mark of a true idiot. I bet you are also a Walmart supporter
Amazon’s same-day delivery service is today seeing a notable expansion here in the U.S. The online retailer announced this morning that same-day delivery, which is available to members of its $99 annual Prime membership program, is now live in 11 more metropolitan areas and is rolling out to more neighborhoods in the markets where it already operates.
Specifically, Amazon is bringing same-day delivery to a number of medium-sized cities, like Charlotte, Cincinnati, Fresno, Louisville, Milwaukee, Nashville, Raleigh, Richmond, Sacramento, Stockton, and Tucson. Meanwhile, it will also now be available in new areas in Central New Jersey, Dallas-Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
You thought Uber Eats, Caviar and Postmates needed no more competition? Think again. Today, Amazon announced that they’ve launched Prime Now restaurant delivery in San Francisco – the retail giant currently delivers food in other cities including Seattle, Portland and Los Angeles.
But how will Amazon distinguish itself from the pack? The basics are all the same, but in a nutshell, this one is less expensive. (Though to use Amazon Prime Now requires an annual fee of $99, which can also be used for grocery deliveries and movie streaming services.) According to spokesperson Tom Cook, there are no added fees – delivery is free (for now) and nothing is built in to the price.
And, they’re going one step further. Like any good big box operation, Prime Now is offering a “price guarantee.” This basically means that if you go online and find that the food you ordered through Prime is priced higher than the regular online menu — and you tell them within 24 hours — they’ll give you your money back for that item.
Another smooth move by the utter failure that is today's Republican party and the only thing worse is Cruz... Oh wait there is still Sarah Palin.
Actually I prefer the festival set up. You get to walk around go in and out of the concert when you want and see unusual or up and coming acts at the smaller stages. Good show! Isn't the new park awesome! So much better than Candlestick.
Lionel Richie and Duran Duran are the old school bands. I like going to these festivals to see new groups I never seen as well as some of the local ones like Heron Oblivion, just because you have a sad stuck life there are those that get out in to the world and enjoy it. Have you thought of stopping your incessant whining and complaining and go out into the world.
Tickets are going on sale the 7th and they sell out really fast, especially the 3 day passes, if it is anything like the last few years.
Well you look at the quality of life in those southern states and more up to date, forward thinking cities and you start to see the real problem with todays Republican party. They want to tell everyone how to live and what they should be like. Today's GOP is losing its grip on what it is to be American.
Which could be a reason why Costco is such a big success her in San Francisco and Walmart failed and had to close the closest store to the city.